The common requirements for graduation with the bachelor of science degree for all business majors include completion of the University curriculum (that covers fundamental areas such as English, quantitative literacy, science, social sciences, the humanities and the arts), the business core curriculum and the major requirements. The business core challenges each student to develop a knowledge and skill base for further study within the business disciplines, and the major requirements provide students with specialized knowledge within a field of business.
In addition to the traditional business core course work in accounting, business law, economics, finance, international business, management and marketing, the school also offers a series of seminars in personal and professional development designed to begin the professional development process required to be successful in today’s competitive business world.
As noted below, these seminars cover topics including personal effectiveness, career planning and development, business communications, ethics and diversity.
Business Core Curriculum
|AC 211||Financial Accounting||3|
|AC 212||Managerial Accounting||1|
|CIS 101||Principles of Information Technology||1|
|EC 111||Principles of Microeconomics||3|
|EC 112||Principles of Macroeconomics||3|
|EC 271||Applied Statistical Methods||3|
|FIN 201||Fundamentals of Financial Management||3|
|IB 201||International Business||1|
|LW 121||Business Law and Society||3|
|MG 210||Essentials of Management and Organizational Behavior||1|
|MG 211||Operations Management||1|
|MK 201||Marketing Principles||3|
|SB 101||The Business Environment||3|
|SB 111||Personal Effectiveness||3|
|SB 112||Career Planning and Development||3|
|SB 211||Business Communications||3|
|SB 212||Ethics and Diversity||3|
|SB 450||Strategic Integrated Management||3|
University Curriculum (37 credits total)
|QU 101||The Individual in the Community||3|
|QU 201||Seminar on National Community||3|
|QU 301||Seminar on Global Community||3|
|EN101||Elements of Composition I||3|
|EN 102||Elements of Composition II||3|
|MA 118||Introductory Calculus||3|
|University Curriculum Elective||3|
Note: EC 111, EC 112 and IB 201 completed as part of the business core fulfill the University Curriculum social science requirement and 3 of the 6 required credits of University Curriculum electives.